Songwriting Improvisation vol.1 – PART 4

___PART 4____ is an exercise intended to prime the pump a little bit and keep the channels open clean and wide for those unexpected visitations … ***For all viewers who do not play instruments, sing, or write music- Please be aware that the performance in this video will be quite different from the majority of what you are most likely accustomed to witnessing. -The act of writing a song while simultaneously preforming the song publicly is quite an exciting and, at times even humorous exercise for the person doing it– However, it can often be perceived as meandering/ off key/ off rhythm/ lyrically awkward, even ridiculous.. I am posting my freestyle songwriting videos for the purpose of demonstrating the exercise for other songwriters/ musicians to see and hopefully feel inspired to try for themselves- Many beginner to intermediate level musicians are reluctant to play with, or in front of anyone else- they feel like they “are not good enough”..which is a shame because all anyone needs to create music is a love of music- and some heart- whatever your skill level- even if all you can do is tap your foot unconsciously when listening to the radio– is all you need – ] .. and it just gets better and better I hope to demonstrate to all people who may see my improvisation videos that – 1.) it is a guarantee that you will fuck up, in front of strangers and friends, EVERY TIME you play any music in front of them- be it rehearsed, or improvised.. it is nothing to trip out about

Author: zealot79
Duration: 443
Published: 2009-01-17 12:16:51
Songwriting Improvisation vol.1 – PART 4

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